Feet of Clay

(Discworld Novels (Audio))

Average vote of 1.054
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It's murder in Discworld! -- which ordinarily is no big deal. But what bothers Watch Commander Sir Sam Vimes is that the unusual deaths of three elderly Ankh-Morporkians do not bear the clean, efficient marks of the Assassins' Guild. An apparent ... Continua
Ha scritto il 29/10/14
Il mio preferito del ciclo delle guardie
Bello. Bellissimo.
Tutti dovrebbero leggerlo.
Un vero e proprio romanzo di formazione di un Golem, di autoconsapevolezza della classe operaia/di schiavi.
Bellissimo.

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Peccato per il mega spoiler in copertina!!!!!
Ha scritto il 18/08/12
It's clearly not just that I love Vimes and I always will; Nightwatch books are written differently, better, and always result in "just can't put it down" sessions of reading. Feet of clay is a clever book with feelings, probably the best ...Continua
Ha scritto il 14/01/12
A Discworld novel. Samuel Vimes is investigating over some murders and the (mysteryously) continuous poisoning of Vetinari. No clue till the end. Other lives develop in the middle: Angua the werewolf and her troubled story with Carrot (both in the ...Continua
Ha scritto il 03/11/07
Definitely one of the best novels of The Watch. I bet Pratchett had his fun when working on the characters of Vimes and the Patrician, and it really shows.
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Ha scritto il 22/09/07
It is my assertion that there is no such thing as a bad Pratchett. I've reluctantly awarded some of his books four stars since there are some which I prefer less than others, but I'd still rather read Pratchett than almost anyone else. Terry

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